This training program will explore several new functionalities within the MS Office suite. For example, did you know Word 2013 can open PDF files directly? Charting has been revamped throughout the Office products, especially in Excel. This webinar will serve as a quick start to learn the new features.
Why You Should Attend
There is always more to learn in the Microsoft Office Suite applications, especially when new versions are available. The 2013 and 2016 upgrades contain many great new features that are “need-to-know.” There are also a number of settings that are recommended to be adjusted to increase your efficiency with the software. This webinar will streamline your transition and add to your skillset at the same time.
- Understand the new interface and how to adjust it to your specifications
- Maximize the use of your new software
- Learn to convert earlier versions of documents
- Learn more about several new features
- Instruction that focuses on application of the new features
- Review best practices to implement
Areas Covered in the Webinar
- New interface and how to fine tune settings to your preference
- MS Word – new features
- MS Excel – new features
- MS PowerPoint – new features
- MS Outlook – new features
- MS OneNote – new features
- Brief discussion on Windows (versions, extensions, and new features guaranteed to save time)
Who Will Benefit
- Office administrators
- Manufacturing industry
- Government and/or public and private sector personnel
- Anyone who uses Microsoft Office
Mitzi Gibson Katz has developed training solutions and has educated thousands of end users for the past 35 years. Ms. Katz holds a Master's in Education degree, with an emphasis in special education classroom and administration.
Early in her career, she taught a variety of special education classes in Kansas, Montana, and Alaska. When the first personal computers were introduced into the market, she became passionate about technology. As an innovator, she made a change in career from public school education to professional educator, where she began providing private computer training. Ms. Katz has been teaching software best practices ever since. She enjoys the people part of the business and loves learning and teaching.